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How to tell a story, and other essays


Published 1900
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How to tell a story.--In defence of Harriet Shelley.--Fenimore Cooper's literary offences.--Traveling with a reformer.--Private history of the "Jumping frog" story.--Mental telegraphy again.--What Paul Bourget thinks of us.--A little note to M. Paul Bourget.--The invalid's story.--The captain's story.--Stirring times in Austria.--Concerning the Jews.--From the "London times" of 1904.--At the appetite cure.--In memoriam.--Mark Twain: a biographical sketch


Publisher New York, Harper
Pages 350
Language English
Digitizing sponsor Brigham Young University-Idaho
Book contributor Brigham Young University-Idaho, David O. McKay Library
Collection family_history_library; brighamyounguniversityidaho; americana

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